The Com-Link meeting on Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. will focus Santa Ana’s Youth Master Plan. Guest speaker – Gerardo Mouet, Executive Director of the City of Santa Ana’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency.
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The Communication Linkage Forum strives to promote positive leadership, community participation, unity and pride in all neighborhoods by improving the quality of life in Santa Ana “block-by-block.” Santa Ana has 63 recognized neighborhoods as illustrated on the attached map.
Com Link’s current Board of Directors
The Communication Linkage Forum (“Com-Link”) was formed in July 1989, for the purpose of providing a non-partisan forum to promote the exchange of ideas and information between neighborhoods and community leaders. Com-Link partners with the City of Santa Ana in order to communicate the positive aspects of Santa Ana and to enhance a sense of community.
Com-Link, originally comprised of five neighborhood associations, now represents over 60 Santa Ana neighborhood associations. The most valuable aspect of Com-Link is that it allows many sides of an issue to be expressed. Com-Link also provides a networking forum for community leaders to develop contacts in order to address issues that need to be taken beyond the forum, and acted upon by an individual or by neighborhoods.
Com-Link members are encouraged to become more involved with community issues and to join community service organizations.
Join us at an upcoming meeting. Everyone is welcome to the Com-Link General Meetings, which are a valuable aspect of the organization that allows many sides of an issue to be expressed. Courtesy is emphasized throughout our proceedings to insure that people are considered more important than a specific issue. Com-Link’s commitment to civility is…”As issues come and go, the people will remain and not the reverse.” The Communication Linkage Forum strives to promote positive leadership, community participation, unity and pride in all neighborhoods by improving the quality of life in Santa Ana, “block-by-block.”
General Meetings are held:
Fourth Thursday of the month
(Exceptions: November meeting is on the third Thursday and there is no meeting in December.)
Santa Ana Police Department, 60 Civic Center Plaza
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